is a group of stars (constellation) as per Vedic Jyotish. Similar to the units used or applied for calculating the distance
is kilometers or miles the distances in space (Aakash Mandal) are calculated in terms of Nakshatras in Panchang. The whole
zodiac has been divided into twenty-seven parts and each part derives its name from a Nakshatra.
The twenty-seven Nakshatras are as follows: -
12. UTTAR PHALGUNI
The Indian astrologers
as per Panchang, think that the combination of the last fifteen Ghati (a unit of time as per Vedic Jyotish roughly equivalent
to 24 minute) of ‘Uttrashadha Nakshara’ and four from the starting Ghati of the Shravani Nakshatra i.e 19 Ghati
in all, constitute the ‘Abhijeet Nakshatra’ and this specific Nakshatra is considered to be auspicious to start
a good according to the Vedic Jyotish.
The following group
of five Nakshatras are considered to have five defects (Panchaka Dosha) from the Panchang point of view. They are Revati,
Shatabhisha, Dhanishta, Uttrabhadrapada, Purvabhadrapada.
The Moola Nakshatras
are considered inauspicious according to Panchang. If the child takes birth in the Mool, Magha, Ashwani, Jyestha, Ashalesha
,Revati Nakshatras the results are believed to be quite inauspicious. However most Panchang Calendars also suggest remedies
for this situation. Some particular traditions are performed twenty-seven days after the birth when the similar Nakshatra
comes again or returns according to Panchang. Out of these six Nakshatras, Jyestha and Moola are called ‘Gandant Moola’
and Ashlesha is called as ‘Sarpa Moola’.
To start any work, this Nakshatra is considered as inauspicious in Vedic Jyotish and it is generally not advised
to start new work if your shows this Nakshatra for the day. The following Nakshatras are Dagdha when they occur on the dates
given below: -